Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Lord of the Flies: A Character Analysis of Jack

Summary: Discusses Lord of the Flies, written by William Golding. Provides a character analysis of Jack. Contends that Jack is meant to represent how the average person would act in the same situation as detailed in the novel.
Creating a character that represents the average person is nearly impossible. However, William Golding, author of Lord of the Flies, created a boy that represents the average person. Lord of the Flies is a novel about boys that are alone on an island with no adults. Every boy acts differently under these conditions. Jack represents the average person because, he abuses his power as a dictatorial leader, he is more interested in his own survival and he displays common emotions. Jack is meant to represent how the average person would act in the same situation.

It is a common fact that one who doesn't earn his power abuses it. This means that if a person isn't voted for by the people, then he will most likely abuse his power. Once a person gains power he usually becomes a dictator. Jack gathered...

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